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Panel with Mary Steiner, Joi Barrios-Leblanc, Kathryn Klar, Upkar Ubhi, October 16, 2015

The Critical Importance of Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Lesser Known Languages are Essential Mary Steiner, United Nations Association of San Francisco The less commonly taught languages are threatened with extinction as the homogeneity of globalization prevails. International and transnational entities such as UNESCO and Google agree on many levels to document, protect, and stabilize spoken language based […]

SOLO VEUS, a concert of voice and electronic effects by Mariona Sagarra

Mariona Sagarra will perform a vocal, audio-visual concert for us, including poetry and song in Catalan, Spanish, and Portuguese! Support the study of Catalan language and culture at Berkeley by attending our first fall 2015 event!   Ens hi veiem!  

Breaking the Habitus: Constructing Sober Identities through Narrative Practice in Alcoholics Anonymous, September 25, 2015

This presentation looks at the ways members of Alcoholics Anonymous are socialized into new ways of being in the world, or what Bourdieu (1977) calls habitus. Specifically, my research examines AA narratives through the lens of language socialization to show how newcomers are socialized through the stories of others and into ways of telling particular […]

Panel with R. Feldman, M. L. Parra, A. Barili, September 25, 2015

Forming Global Citizens: Volunteering locally and abroad Language and Service Abroad: A meaningful experience? Richard Feldman, Second Language Studies, Cornell University After defining service learning and discussing some recent initiatives at Cornell, I’ll describe two approaches to language teaching and service learning: one where an abroad program was refocused on student agency and volunteerism, and […]

BLC Fall Reception, September 9, 2015

Please join us on Wednesday, September 9, anytime from 3:00 until 4:30, in the Claire Kramsch Lounge (34 Dwinelle Hall) for light refreshments and good conversation with your fellow language lecturers, visiting scholars, BLC Fellows, and BLC staff.

CONFERENCE: Linguistic Landscape 7, May 7-9, 2015

Questioning Boundaries, Opening Spaces Advancing New Topics, Methods, and Applications   Registration required. http://linguisticlandscape7.berkeley.edu/ Download LL7 program as a PDF May 7-9, 2015 Morning Plenaries: 2060 VLSB, Breakout sessions: 33 Dw, B4 Dw, B37 Dw.   http://www.language.berkeley.edu/videos/LL7_1.mp4 May 7th Plenary   http://www.language.berkeley.edu/videos/LL7_2.mp4 May 8th Plenary

BLC Picnic, May 4

BLC Picnic Bring your smile and something to share with your colleagues! We will celebrate the end of the semester and beginning of summer. Monday, May 4 12:30-3:30 Live Oak Park in North Berkeley

Lectures by BLC Fellows (Y. Baker, N. Wallace, K. Moller, C. Kitzinger, M. Szarke), May 1, 2015

Spring 2015 BLC Fellows Instructional Development Research Projects Thinking about Writing: The challenge of writing assignments at the intermediate French language level Margot Szarke, GSR, French My project addresses compositional issues in the second-year French language program. In response to concerns voiced in surveys by students and instructors, I designed four units and suggested lesson […]

Special Event: Words in Action!, April 24, 2015

Words in Action: A Multilingual Student Performance Come and celebrate an afternoon of linguistic diversity as UC Berkeley students perform scenes, songs and poems in Arabic, Armenian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Chinese, Czech, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Swahili, Turkish, Urdu. April 24, 2015 4:00 – 8:00 PM The Osher Studio 2055 Center […]

Special Event: Clairefest!, April 17, 2015

Claire Fest 2015 Please join us for a day-long conference celebrating Claire Kramsch’s research in applied linguistics, contributions to language and culture teaching, and service to the community of language educators. This event, marking her retirement from Berkeley, will offer participants an opportunity to share personal and intellectual reflections on Claire’s influence. PROGRAM 9:00 – […]


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